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Jacques Cousteau's Goggles
Jacques Cousteau's Goggles

Origin

Jacques Cousteau

Type

Goggles

Effects

Allows the user to breathe and see underwater

Downsides

Remaining underwater after the time limit can lead to accelerated oxygen starvation

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Neptune-45R

Aisle

28100-5246

Shelf

715326-4713-716

Date of Collection

June 17, 2003

[Source]


OriginEdit

Worn by the pioneer of undersea breathing and essential creator of scuba gear, Jacques Cousteau.

EffectsEdit

The goggles are always damp and have algae growing on them. His goggles allow the wearer survive underwater on one full breath of air for one hour, which in emergency scenarios can prove extremely useful. Oddly enough, this is not in Artie's travel bag. They also allow the wearer to see underwater with perfect clarity, regardless of how murky the water might be. However, a word of caution: if still submerged after the time limit, the effects disappear and their body will go through sudden oxygen starvation. This can lead to drowning, the bends or brain damage if they do not surface in time.

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